Voting Member definition

Voting Member means a Member holding one or more Voting Shares.
Voting Member means a Person who at the close of business on the Voting Record Date is entitled to vote as a Member of the Mutual Holding Company in accordance with its mutual charter and bylaws.
Voting Member means the appointed elected members of each of the Parties.

Examples of Voting Member in a sentence

  • WINDING UP‌ 29.1 Contributions of Members on winding up‌ (a) Each Voting Member must contribute to the Association’s property if the Association is wound up while they are a Member or within one year after their membership ceases.

  • A Voting Member's vote will be exercised by the Voting Member, by its Delegate (in the case of Organisation Members) or by its proxy.

  • VOTES OF MEMBERS‌ (a) Subject to clause 6.7(b)(i) at a General Meeting, on a show of hands and on a poll, each Voting Member shall have 1 vote.

  • Every Voting Member shall be entitled to receive notice of, attend general meetings and cast one vote.

  • Every Voting Member is entitled to send a representative to general meetings to speak and vote on their behalf, subject to Articles 41 and 42.

More Definitions of Voting Member

Voting Member means a member that, under the organic law or organic rules, has a right to vote on matters subject to vote by members under the organic law or organic rules.
Voting Member means an individual appointed or designated as a member of the board under Subsection 11-58-302(2).
Voting Member means any Board Member other than that appointed by HWS.
Voting Member means (i) a Member as to which no other Member is an Affiliate or Related Party, or (ii) a Member together with any other Members as to which it is an Affiliate or Related Party.
Voting Member means an individual appointed as a member of the board under 140 Subsection 11-65-302(2).